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Massholes with Mics: We’ve Got Pennant Fevahhh

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It’s a baseball episode on this edition of Massholes with Mics. Jordan steers the ship and is joined by Jeremy, Kyle, and Sean to break down the ALCS matchup between the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros. The cast discusses who has the edge in various areas of the roster, grade the performances of Alex Cora and Chaim Bloom, and make series predictions.

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Timestamps:

1:34 — If the Red Sox lose, will it change your opinion of their season?
15:34 — Which roster has the edge?
28:09 — Grading Cora and Bloom
45:03 — X-Factors for the ALCS
51:12 — Series Predictions

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